This one was tough--I have SO MUCH paper! First I thought paper piecing--I am working on have a temporarily abandoned project some where (but I couldn't find it in the 3 minutes I allotted myself), so I thought--12x12 scrapbook paper! I have tons, but it didn't photograph well, hiding in the folders. So then I spotted this:
I know, I'll have to find a better method of storing my pantographs--pawing through them isn't the best way, but I have other fish to fry. So there they sit.... (until this drives me nuts!)
Well, the only street I saw was this today--Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street mystery. Stuck around the house today and worked on this and did some House Blessing (I'm trying to think positively about cleaning!)
Just have 16 more blocks to go and I can put them up on the design wall!!!
This one had me wanting to do something different. I can't find my pictures of the gold mine (they were taken before digital came into my sphere...no wonder they aren't on my computer..duh!!) but I did come across this one for Daily vacation Bible school we made at church. Use your imagination!
I'm with you, Kay...I was trying to think outside the box, but thinking wasn't high on my priority list today! So here is an obvious heart! it was part of the gifts in an apron swap (my favorite color is green in case no one noticed!)
I am married to a wonderful man and have two adult children-both males. The eldest made me a mother-in-law to a very sweet lady. The youngest is far away and single. I work part time at a quilt shop, which feeds my fabric addiction.